/ (ʌnˈteɪntɪd) /

  1. not tarnished, contaminated, or polluted: he was untainted by the scandal

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How to use untainted in a sentence

  • He maintained that no attainment can be made, and no virtue can remain untainted, without learning.

  • It will not be supposed that the church escaped untainted, amidst all these causes of corruption.

  • And the virtue of healing by laying on of hands existed in particular noble families of untainted blood.

  • According to all accounts it is a good lake for fish, and its shores are untainted by the habitations of man.

    Three in Norway | James Arthur Lees
  • Your moral character is untainted: the very nature of your sufferings, as you will observe, demonstrates that.

    Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9) | Samuel Richardson